In projectional radiography, the optimisation of brightness and greyscales ensure unprecedented contrasts that allow even the most subtle structural delineations. A high-performance monitor that is equipped to handle the needs of users and medical investigations emphasises this effect. EIZO monitors use the DICOM® GSDF luminance characteristic curve to display consistent brightness. Various sensors ensure that the monitors deliver a uniform image quality over time, sustainably meet the DICOM® standard and effortlessly pass the legally prescribed consistency testing.
When diagnosing digital X-ray images, more and more users are demanding large widescreen monitors on which images of different modalities can be opened in parallel. EIZO widescreen monitors have a continuous panel that is designed for exactly this purpose. They allow different images to be displayed in a flexible layout (hanging protocol) without distracting bezels.
The range of EIZO RadiForce displays includes various special monitors that support the workflow of digital X-ray diagnostics. Users can choose not only between colour and greyscale monitors, but can also select a screen resolution according to their specific requirements. Another advantage offered by these monitors is the Digital Uniformity Equaliser (DUE) function, which compensates for imbalances in brightness and chrominance in different areas of the screen.
The 8 MP diagnostic RX850 diagnostic monitor can replace the 2 or 3 monitors that would otherwise be standard for a diagnostic station. The DICOM GSDF characteristic is already configured in the factory.
The 3 MP GX340 diagnostic monitor with the precision of a 14 bit look-up table renders in particular thorax exposures or fine structures of skull and extremities exactly.
The GX240 diagnostic monitor is used to display x-ray images and cross-sectional images. A DICOM characteristic curve is preset in the factory and can be refreshed through automatic calibration.
The display of x-ray images and cross-sectional images is the primary task of the RX250. Thanks to the DICOM GSDF characteristic curve, it can display radiological exposures exactly.
The size and resolution of the monitor allow users to organize images as they see fit. The RX660 also take up less space than solutions with two 3-megapixel screens.
The RX360 with 3-megapixel resolution and a DICOM-GSDF luminance characteristic curve is ideal for precisely displaying monochrome and colour images produced by radiological systems.